Guy Frisch

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Guy Frisch

Guy Frisch began his musical studies at the Luxembourg Conservatory of Music before moving on to the Strasbourg Conservatory. Having completed his time at the Strasbourg Conservatory, Guy Frisch went on to study at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague where he passed the Master of Music degree.

From then on, he has devoted his career to contemporary and improvised music and his musical repertoire includes works by Berio, Ferneyhough, Kagel, Lachenmann and Xenakis. In addition to this, Guy has also featured in creations by Campana, Donatoni, Dillon, Jarrell, Toeplitz, Matalon, Pauset, Mullenbach, Kerger, Reuter, among others.

He has been actively involved in a number of projects with groups such as ö, Accroche Note, Le Quiproquo, and Bruits Défendus in France and with Alter Ego in Roma.


As a performer he has played at a variety of prestigious festivals including Musica in Strasbourg, Ars Musica in Brussels, the Musical Season at the Abbey of Royaumont in France, and the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival in the UK.

His work in the studio emphasises his dedication to contemporary music and he has made several recordings with Accroche Note, Bruits Défendus, Jerry Bergonzi, and Lucilin.

Between 1995 and 2000, Guy Frisch taught at the Strasbourg Conservatory and since then has taken the up a position as a professor at the Luxembourg Conservatory of Music as well as leading master classes in Bordeaux (France), Poitiers (France) and Bremen (Germany).

He is a co-founder of the Luxembourgish contemporary music ensemble “United Instruments of Lucilin” of which, he is also the director. To find our more, visit

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